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[embed][/embed]Sea Rescue’s Pink Rescue Buoys have been used to provide emergency flotation for 31 people since the project started in November 2017. Off duty lifeguard Djebbe Hiscock,17, was at Dappat se Gat, a notoriously dangerous beach near Gordon's Bay, when he saw a young man being pulled out to sea in a rip current. Using a Sea Rescue Pink Rescue Buoy he saved the young mans life. Unfortunately a number of the Pink Rescue Buoys have been stolen. Djebbe and the man who he rescued, Jeniel, make a passionate appeal for people not to steal the Pink Buoys.A stolen Pink Buoy is a stolen life.If you would like to sponsor a Pink Rescue Buoy, click here#PutThemBack #PinkBuoys
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